Disability Advocacy Program (DAP) RFP
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The Disability Advocacy Program (DAP) was established in 1983 pursuant to Chapter 627, Section 35 of the Social Services Law to provide legal representation of individuals whose federal disability benefits have been denied or may be discontinued.
The purpose of this RFP is two-fold. The Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) seeks bidders to provide legal representation services to help eligible persons obtain or retain federal disability benefits. We will award multiple contracts for the direct services component of DAP.
In addition, we are seeking proposals for one entity to provide statewide legal support and administrative services to OTDA for its DAP.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Applicant organizations may choose to bid on one or both components of this RFP; however, a separate and complete application must be submitted for each. If applying for both components, one application must be submitted for Direct Services and one application for Administrative Services. Do not combine the two applications into one, or reference one bid from the other.
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